Dissipative Heating of a Viscoelastic Cylinder under a Load Steadily Moving over Its Surface
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The Fourier method is used to find the analytical solutions to two-dimensional quasistatic problems of stationary polyharmonic vibrations and dissipative heating of a linearly viscoelastic cylinder. The influence of the cylinder thickness and the width of the loading area on the thermomechanical state of the cylinder is studied based on numerical data
Keywordspolyharmonic vibrations viscoelastic cylinder dissipative heating
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